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After visiting a Friday Night Flag game in Boise, CDH took notice of the lack of COVID-19 safety protocols and asked attendees to remember those best practices. BOISE, Idaho — During a routine inspection of a mobile food truck on Tree City Church’s property on April 2, Central District Health (CDH) noticed numerous Friday Night …

In summary Work that happens inside the home deserves to be valued the same as any other job and ought to have the same protections. By Lily Tomlin, Special to CalMatters Lily Tomlin is an actor, comedian and producer who lives in Los Angeles with her partner, writer Jane Wagner, MJT@twtomni.com. President Joe Biden made …

A newly built community for people with Alzheimer’s and other dementias is preparing to open this month in Clearwater. The memory care facility, the first phase of Aravilla Clearwater, draws on technology and design to bring a safe environment to residents. It was developed in a partnership between Autumn Senior Living, a senior housing development …

On Wednesday, Pfizer announced its vaccine is 100 percent effective in protecting children ages 12-15. NORFOLK, Va. — As millions of adults in America race to get vaccinated against COVID-19, the vaccine could soon become available to children. On Wednesday, Pfizer announced its vaccine offers young teenagers serious protection against the virus. Based on results …

Celtics injury report: Fournier won’t make C’s debut vs. Thunder originally appeared on NBC Sports Boston Newly acquired guard Evan Fournier will not be making his Boston Celtics debut Saturday night. The Celtics acquired Fournier in a deal with the Orlando Magic before Thursday afternoon’s NBA trade deadline. The cost to acquire the 28-year-old veteran …

Audible stories made possible by the Prescott Hearing Center. Get your FREE hearing test today! According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more than 48 million Americans are sickened by foodborne illnesses each year, costing the economy more than $15 billion. To combat this persistent problem, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and …

“Technology is taking us all over” is the most prolific comment I’ve heard lately, most recently from a crew member on a construction jobsite in the southeastern United States. When introducing wearable safety technology, EHS managers must employ knowledge, listening, and patience. Source: Kenzen It’s true that technology has permeated many aspects of our life. …

The Texas Department of Public Safety will be increasing road enforcement during spring break as part of OPERATION CARE. TEXAS, USA — The Texas Department of Public Safety will be increasing road enforcement during spring break as part of OPERATION CARE. Troopers will be on the lookout for intoxicated drivers, speeders, and people not wearing …

REDMOND, Ore. (KTVZ) — With Redmond Proficiency Academy beginning hybrid, in-person learning this week, the Redmond charter school has rolled out new technologies to enhance the educational experience and student and staff safety, according to Executive Director Jon Bullock. In an effort to improve the classroom experience for all students, RPA has installed Owl video …

A spurt of warm weather, an epidemic of cabin fever and the calendar itself have all conspired to put many in mind of taking a spring break these days. While we wish it was possible, however, it’s too early to think in terms of getting a break from the pandemic with all of its precautions, …